Boxing sensation Jason Quigley has long set his sights on winning a world title.

And this week he told Donegal Now that he is "110%" on for going right to the top.

On Easter Sunday, the Donegal man will be in the ring in Boston where he will take on Puerto Rican Daniel Rosario.

Quigley, who won a North American Boxing Federataion title last year, is more determined than ever to take a step closer to the chance to become a world champion.

He says he has fully recovered from the broken hand injury sustained in his win over Glen Tapia last March.

After a lengthy lay-off, the 26-year-old has now put in the hard training over the last few months and the countdown is on to the bout in Boston.

As continues his rise up the boxing rankings - he is ranked sixth in the world - the affable middleweight remains confident that he can go all the way.

Quigley was speaking to Donegal Now at his open workout held in Jackson's Hotel on St. Patrick's Day.

The Boston fight will be his first under new trainer Dominic Ingle.

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